Timbo the Redneck’s fiancée pays touching tributes after his death aged 18
Timbo the Redneck’s girlfriend Kori Williams has dedicated a series of touching tributes to the TikTok star after her death on Saturday at the age of 18.
Rising social media star Timbo, real name Timothy Hall, has died after crashing while performing car stunts in a friend’s backyard, her brother-in-law, Tony revealed on Sunday.
And Williams, who has appeared in Timbo’s social media videos in the past, shared a feed of Instagram posts dedicated to her late partner as she looked back on their time together.
Captioning a three minute video of the couple together at happier times, Williams wrote: “To the love of my life… To the best two years of my life to the man who loved me with everything in him at the phone late at night calls and scratches to all the fighting games and competitions on who loved each other the most …
“[T]o all the conversations about the future and the kids to the one who helped me with my depression and anxiety to the man who made me feel on top of the world and like the only goofy girl in the world in the days of movies and food races and all the laughs and jokes …
“[H]he meant everything to me he was my other half i can truly say i was loved by the man named Timothy Isaiah Hall who I looked forward to spending the rest of my life with I love you dearly Timothy I wish you I was still here, it’s been so hard without you here, I need to be in your arms again thank you for all the memories. “
In other articles, Williams has referred to Timbo, a graduate of Jennings’ First Christian School in Hamilton County, Fla., In May, as her “future husband” and her “forever and ever” as she was posting a collection of clips and images.
On June 8, the couple celebrated their two years together, with Williams sharing an Instagram post that read, “Can’t believe it’s been two years with you already. Thank you for all the great memories we have shared together.
“I feel like we’ve been dating longer, but I’m so grateful to have you. I love you baby, happy birthday ❤️.”
According to his obituary, Timbo had ambitions to become a welder, although it was added that “his true happiness and inspiration came from his videos and everyone around him.
“Timothy loved outdoor activities like fishing with his father and brother and swimming in the nearest lake or river with his closest friends. He hoped to have amazing children and be married to the girl of his dreams. . “
Timbo’s mother, Tessie Hires, took to her son’s TikTok account over the weekend to announce, “He won’t be doing any more videos, no more videos at all. My son had a serious accident yesterday and didn’t. has not succeeded.
“I want to thank everyone for all the fans he had. He loved TikTok and just believed in all the fans and everyone who supported him. It meant a lot to him. Sometimes he didn’t listen to me. , ‘I have to do this TikTok.’ “
“My heart is so broken,” she said, holding back tears, before sharing a GoFundme link to raise funds for her funeral, which is due to take place on Friday. Donations ceased to be accepted on the page once $ 9,447 was collected.
Timbo’s brother-in-law Tony, who has appeared in several videos with the TikTok star, shared more details about the circumstances surrounding his death in a video posted to Timbo’s new YouTube channel.
“He died on Saturday in a truck accident with his girlfriend, Kori, in the front yard of his friend Jay’s house,” Tony explained. “He was making donuts in the front yard of JD’s house.
“He was making donuts with his girlfriend, and the truck overturned and he flew out of the driver’s side window and the truck landed on top of him.”
A visibly distraught Tony continued, “I’m just making this video because we’ve done so many videos together and he was telling me all the time about how much you and his fans mean to him.
“I just want everyone to know that Timbo, or Timothy – whatever you want to call him – he really appreciated and loved his fans and he loved his friends.
“He was a boy from a small town in Jennings, Florida. He started using TikTok and started posting all these videos and you commented and… participated in FaceTime with him. He enjoyed you so much more than you don’t think so. “
Timbo, who has over 225,000 TikTok subscribers, was regularly seen in videos behind the wheel of his van, in which he enjoyed off-roading.